BAND NEWS: The Big Moon release Christmas cover of ‘Carol Of The Bells’, album ‘Walking Like We Do’ out January 2020, instores & live dates announced


The Big Moon have unveiled their darkly festive cover of Mykola Leontovych’s holiday classic ‘Carol Of The Bells’, give it a listen here. The quartet are gearing up for the release of their second album ‘Walking Like We Do’, out on 10th Jan 2020.

Stream/Download ‘Carol Of The Bells’

The band have also announced a run of instores for album release week, starting at Kingston’s Banquet Records on 9th Jan, followed by London’s Rough Trade East on 10th Jan, then Bexhill Music’s Not Dead, Brighton Resident, Southsea Pie & Vinyl, Marlborough Sound Knowledge, Bristol Rough Trade, Nottingham Rough Trade, Sheffield Bear Tree Records and finishing up at Leeds Crash Records on 16th Jan. The band will also be heading out on the road on with Bombay Bicycle Club through January and February, including a show at London’s Alexandra Palace on 7th Feb, as well as their own headline shows from the end of February until mid-March. Full dates below, including a night at London’s Oslo on 4th March as part of Annie Mac Presents.

Pre-order ‘Walking Like We Do’ now


9th January: Kingston Banquet Records – Pryzm (w/ Easy Life)
10th January: London Rough Trade East
11th January: Bexhill Music’s Not Dead – De La Warr Pavilion
12th January: Brighton Resident
13th January: Southsea Pie & Vinyl
13th January: Marlborough Sound Knowledge
14th January: Bristol Rough Trade
15th January: Nottingham Rough Trade
16th January: Sheffield Bear Tree Records
16th January: Leeds Crash Records – Headrow House



20th January – Cambridge Corn Exchange (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
21st January – Bournemouth O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
23rd January – Leicester De Montford Hall (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
24th January – Cardiff University (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
25th January – Leeds O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
27th January – Newcastle O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
28th January – Glasgow Barrowland (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
29th January – Glasgow Barrowland (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
31st January – Birmingham O2 Academy 1 (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
1st February – Brighton Centre (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
3rd February – Manchester O2 Victoria Warehouse (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
4th February – Sheffield O2 Academy (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
6th February – Norwich The LCR, UEA (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
7th February – London Alexandra Palace (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
10th February – Dublin Vicar Street (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
11th February – Dublin Vicar Street (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)
12th February – Belfast Ulster Hall (w/ Bombay Bicycle Club)


27th February – Bristol The Fleece
28th February – Liverpool O2 Academy 2
29th February – Edinburgh Summerhall Arts Centre
2nd March – Nottingham Contemporary
3rd March – Oxford O2 Academy 2
4th March – London Oslo – Annie Mac Presents
9th March – Paris Le Point Ephémère
10th March – Cologne MTC
11th March – Berlin Privatclub
13th March – Amsterdam Paradiso
14th March – Antwerp Trix Bar

23rd May – Warrington, Neighbourhood Weekender
4th July – Halifax The Piece Hall (w/ Kaiser Chiefs)
5th July – Halifax The Piece Hall (w/ Kaiser Chiefs)

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